Apple releases iTunes 10.5.2 beta to developers, iTunes Match tests ongoing, now on Apple TV
Following up on the beta release of iOS 5.0.1 for developers, Apple has also released iTunes 10.5.2 beta, replacing the now timed-out iTunes 10.5.1 beta and allowing for continued testing of iTunes Match.
The Loop's Jim Dalrymple also noticed iTunes Match is now up and running on Apple TV.
While Apple missed their previously stated goal of releasing iTunes Match in September, but since it's still in beta, it looks like they'd rather take the time to get it right, rather than just right now.
Source: developer.apple.com, The Loop
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